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A tragic tale of two dogs

On June 10, two out of three dogs died a senseless death because they were left in a closed-up car. The high temperature that day in Fallon was 93 degrees. The dogs’ owner (let’s call this person “J. Doe”) claims that the dogs were left alone for no longer than 30 minutes. What can happen in 30 minutes? At 85 degrees, which is more tolerable than 93 degrees, a car’s interior will be 120 degrees. At this point, the oncoming heat stroke starts affecting internal organs. Here is what WebMD says about heat stroke in dogs: “Heat stroke begins with …

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The Nevada Appeal Updated Jun 27, 2013 07:51PM Published Jun 27, 2013 07:51PM Copyright 2013 The Nevada Appeal. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.